Imad Royal

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Imad Royal
Background information
Birth nameImad-Roy El-Amine
Born (1992-04-28) April 28, 1992 (age 31)
OriginQuebec City, Quebec
Years active2014–present

Imad-Roy El-Amine (born April 28, 1992), known by his stage name Imad Royal, is a Lebanese Canadian electronic R&B singer, producer, and songwriter.[1][2][3]

His earlier work includes cuts on #1 albums by The Chainsmokers and Panic! At The Disco’s Grammy-nominated album, “Pray for the Wicked”, where he is credited as a producer on the album’s lead single.[4][5] He worked heavily on the Birds of Prey soundtrack, including the singles, Doja Cat’s “Boss Bitch” and Charlotte Lawrence’s “Joke’s On You”, MAX’s singles “Love Me Less" (feat. Quinn XCII) and “Blueberry Eyes" (feat. SUGA of BTS) as well as 5 additional songs from his latest album Colour Vision. Recent cuts include "Take it Back" - Jawny ft. Beck, "Proof" - BTS, "Surrender My Heart" - Carly Rae Jepson, and many more



  • Troubles (2015)
  • Down For Whatever feat. Pell (2016)
  • Bad 4 U (2016)
  • Queen of France (2019)
  • Seeing Red (2020)


  • Cycles (Octal Sound, 2014)[2]
  • Everything Happens (Nice Life, Atlantic, 2017)

Selected songwriting and production credits[edit]

Year Artist Album Song Role[a] Notes
2015 Panic! at the Disco Death of a Bachelor "Hallelujiah" Producer, songwriter RIAA: Platinum. The album received a nomination for Best Rock Album at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards[4]
2016 Louis The Child, Icona Pop Weekend - Single "Weekend" Producer RIAA: Gold
2017 The Chainsmokers Memories...Do Not Open "Don't Say" (feat. Emily Warren Songwriter RIAA: Platinum
2018 Oliver Tree Alien Boy "Alien Boy" Producer (album),[6] Composer ("Alien Boy")[7] RIAA: Gold[8]
2018 Bea Miller Aurora "Girlfriend" Producer, songwriter
2019 Panic! at the Disco Pray for the Wicked "Say Amen (Saturday Night)" Producer, songwriter RIAA: Platinum
2019 MAX feat. Quinn XCII Colour Vision "Love Me Less" Composer, guitar; Producer RIAA: Gold
2019 gnash we "t-shirt"

"nobody's home"

Producer, songwriter RIAA: Gold
2020 Doja Cat Birds of Prey: The Album "Boss Bitch" Producer, songwriter RIAA: Platinum;

BPI: Silver, FIMI: Gold

2020 Charlotte Lawrence Birds of Prey: The Album "Joke's on You" Producer, songwriter
2020 Jucee Froot Birds of Prey: The Album "Danger" Producer, songwriter
2020 Jurnee Smollett-Bell feat. Black Canary Birds of Prey: The Album "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" Producer[9]
2020 Quinn XCII A Letter To My Younger Self "Coffee"

"Mad at Me"

"Everything I Need"

"Am I High RN"

"A Letter to my Younger Self"

"Meeting Strangers"

Executive producer, Producer, songwriter[10]
2020 MAX Colour Vision "Colour Vision"

"Love Me Less"

"Blueberry Eyes"

"New Life"



"There is a God"

Producer, songwriter[11]
2020 Christian French Good Things Take Time - EP "Good Things Take Time"

"I Think Too Much"

"Crowded Room"

"Make or Break Up"

"Time of Our Lives"

Producer, songwriter[12]
2020 Carlie Hanson feat. Iann Dior Ego - Single "Ego" Producer, songwriter
2020 Drax Project feat. Fetty Wap & Aacacia Firefly - Single "Firefly" Producer, songwriter
2021 Phil Good Float On - Single "Float On" Producer
2021 Anthony Ramos Space Jam: A New Legacy Soundtrack "The Best" Producer, songwriter
2021 Jawny The Story of Hugo - EP "Best Thing"

"Take it Back"

"You Should Watch This One"

"Tombstone Grey"

Producer, songwriter
2021 Yung Bae ft. Sam Fischer & Pink Sweat$ Silver & Gold - Single "Silver & Gold" Producer, songwriter
2022 Oliver Tree Cowboy Tears "Cowboy's Don't Cry"

"The Villain"

Producer, songwriter
2022 Keshi Gabriel "Hell/Heaven" Producer, songwriter
2022 BTS Proof "For Youth" Producer, songwriter
2022 Jawny ft. Beck Take it Back - Single "Take it Back" Producer, songwriter
2022 MAX Wasabi - Single "Wasabi" Producer, songwriter
2022 MASN Crush - Single "Crush" Producer, songwriter
2022 Carly Rae Jepson The Loneliest Time "Surrender My Heart" Producer, songwriter
2022 Arden Jones Age Tapes 0 "Call it Even" Producer, songwriter
2022 Gryffin, Au/Ra Alive "Evergreen" Producer, songwriter
2023 44phantom Cherry Cigarettes - Single "Cherry Cigarettes" Producer, songwriter
2023 Cafuné Perspective - Single "Perspective" Producer, songwriter
2023 Jawny It's Never Fair, Always True "Intro"

"Strawberry Chainsaw" "LaLaLa" "Wide Eyed" "Adios" "Take it Back ft. Back" "Death is a DJ" "Giving Up on You" "True" "Fall in Love" "I Look Better When I'm in Love"

Executive producer, producer, songwriter


  1. ^ All songwriting and production credits are shared unless specially noted


  1. ^ "Imad Royal | Biography & History". AllMusic.
  2. ^ a b ago, Hannah Golden 4 years (October 4, 2016). "Imad Royal bridges hip hop and electronic music (Interview)".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  3. ^ Says, Liamdude5. "Charlotte Lawrence's Original Song 'Joke's on You' from 'Birds of Prey' Released | Film Music Reporter".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  4. ^ a b "Lebanese musician nominated for 2017 Grammy Awards". Al Bawaba.
  5. ^ "Lebanese musician nominated for 2017 Grammy Awards | News , Lebanon News | THE DAILY STAR". The Daily Star.
  6. ^ "Alien Boy - Oliver Tree | Credits | AllMusic" – via
  7. ^ "Alien Boy - Oliver Tree | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic" – via
  8. ^ "Gold & Platinum". RIAA.
  9. ^ "Andrew Orkin Music-Andrew Orkin Music homepage containing links to Composition for Film, TV, Commercial and Songwriting". Andrew Orkin Music.
  10. ^ A Letter to My Younger Self - Quinn XCII | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic, retrieved September 28, 2020
  11. ^ "Colour Vision by MAX". Genius. Retrieved September 28, 2020.
  12. ^ "Christian French Unveils New Brilliant EP 'good things take time'". Out Now Magazine | Music News - Charts , Festivals & Clubs. September 23, 2020. Retrieved September 28, 2020.

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